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Contraception
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by Alison Marshall
| 11 Questions
1
1 pt
What is a not a category of birth control that was discussed in the contraceptive lessons?
A Barrier/Blocks Sperm
B Hormonal
C Kills
D Permanent
2
1 pt
List 2 examples of both pros and cons when utilizing birth control?
3
1 pt
The morning after pill can be taken 5 days after having unprotected sex, and eliminates a fetilized egg.
True
False
4
1 pt
How does hormonal birth control work in a female?
A Creates cervical mucus
B Prevents monthly ovulation of the egg
C Thins the uterine lining
D Prevents implantation of egg
5
1 pt
Out of the 4 categories of birth control, which category has the highest effectiveness rate when trying to prevent pregnancy?
A Hormonal
B Barrier
C Kills Sperm
D Other
6
1 pt
Out of the 4 categories of birth control, which category has the highest effectiveness rate when trying to prevent STIs?
A Hormonal
B Barrier
C Kills sperm
D Other
7
1 pt
What is the only choice that is 100% effective in preventing STI's and pregnancy?
8
1 pt
What is a dome shapped rubber cap with a flexible rim that covers the cerivc and blocks sperm from getting into the uterus?
A Female condom
B IUD
C Diapham
D Male condom
9
1 pt
What are the signs that a female might be pregnant?
A Missed period or menstrual cycle
B Fatigue
C Swollen or tender breasts
D Milk production
10
1 pt
A perscription is necessary to obtain hormonal birth control for females.
True
False
11
1 pt
Over the counter birth control such as male and female condoms, and sperimicide require a perscription.
True
False
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